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Baseball Memorabilia - Programs

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Lot 306.  Cincinnati at Brooklyn 1931 Scorecard for an Aug. 16 Game Won by the Robins, 8-7. The 12-page scorecard by Harry M. Stevens, Inc., has an ex-m appearance except for a 2” tear on the front cover near the spine. It is neatly scored with the line score added for the second game of a doubleheader. The names of six future Hall of Fame members appear in the pre-printed lineups or lists of reserve pitchers – Leo Durocher, Ernie Lombardi and Dazzy Vance for the Robins and Al Lopez, Edd Rousch and Eppa Rixey for the Reds. Only Lopez and Durocher participated in the game.
Winning Bid $35     


Lot 307.  1933 Comiskey Park Official Score Book. On July 6, 1933, Major League Baseball played its first All-Star game – at Comiskey Park in Chicago. The American League won, 4-2. As part of a losing effort, the National League’s Carl Hubbell struck out five of the American League’s best hitters – in succession: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin. This four-page scorebook is NOT for the All-Star game. But it does have the same cover graphics as that 1933 All-Star Game Official Score Book. The program – which is an original, not a reprint – is split midway along the spine and has edge chips and various creases. The pages remain attached, and the text is complete. F-g.
Minimum Bid $25     


Lot 308.  2 New York Giants Programs – 1939 vs. the Boston Bees and 1949 vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates. Neither program is scored. The 12-page program from 1939 has five future Hall of Fame members in the pre-printed lineups or reserve pitcher or coaching staff lists: Carl Hubbell, Mel Ott and Bill Terry, manager, for New York, and Al Lopez and Casey Stengel, manager, for Boston. The program is f-g, complete with numerous chips; all of the text is present. The 24-page 1949 program has a full-page photo of Giants manager Leo Durocher and articles with photos of outfielder Sid Gordon and retired pitching great Carl Hubbell, who was in charge of the New York team’s farm system. Future Hall of Fame members in the pre-printed program include Ralph Kiner for the Pirates and Durocher, Monte Irvin and Johnny Mize for the Giants. Irvin was in his first MLB season. He made his National League debut on July 8 and appeared in 36 games. The program is vg+ to ex with the center folio loose.
Winning Bid $10     


Lot 309.  1941 Comiskey Park Official Score Card – White Sox vs. Red Sox. This two-page score card is in very nice condition – unscored and vg+ to ex with light stains and minor creasing. Inside are pre-printed lineups for a game between the host White Sox and the Boston Red Sox. For Chicago, Luke Appling is listed at shortstop. For Boston, Dom DiMaggio is shown as the lead-off batter and center fielder, with Ted Williams, in left field, batting third. Joe Cronin, the manager and shortstop, and Jimmy Foxx are also in the lineup. Williams batted .406 in 1941. Little did anyone know at season’s end that two months later, on Dec. 7, the attack on Pearl Harbor would interrupt and alter the careers of many baseball players, including Williams.
Minimum Bid $15     


Lot 310.  1944 Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs World War II Program. This 12-page program is neatly scored in pencil for the first three innings. Hank Wyse was the starting pitcher for Chicago, and Rip Sewell, for Pittsburgh. One Hall of Fame member and two future HoFers are on the rosters in the program – Honus Wagner, a Pirates coach, elected to the HoF in 1936; Frankie Frisch, the Pirates manager, elected in 1947, and Jimmie Foxx, a Cubs coach, in 1951. The program has a full-color page listing the names of 22 Cubs players serving in the military, and another page with the “Star Spangled Banner.” The program is ex. .
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 311.  1944 St. Louis Browns at New York Yankees Program. The 16-page program is unscored and vg+ with a light vertical crease and the center folio loose. Despite the absence of household names, these Browns represented the American League in the World Series. Their manager, Luke Sewell, was “The Sporting News” Manager of the Year. For the season, shortstop Vern Stephens was the team’s leading batter with 20 home runs, 106 RBI and a .293 average. First baseman Mike Kreevich batted .301, and pitchers Nels Potter and Jack Kramer won 19 and 17 games, respectively. All are in the pre-printed lineup or roster. Joe Page, Snuffy Stirnweiss, Johnny Lindell and Hank Borowy are among more familiar Yankees names.
Winning Bid $30     


Lot 312.  July 2, 1947 Philadelphia Athletics at Boston Red Sox Program with Ted Williams in the Lineup. Philadelphia won, 7-6, as Williams hit a home run and a double and drove in three runs in a losing effort. Bobby Doerr and Birdie Tebbetts also contributed home runs. Pete Suder delivered a home run for Philadelphia. The 12-page vg+ program has a light vertical crease, is neatly scored in pencil and has the date and score on the front cover. Besides Williams and Doerr, Hall of Fame names in the program are Al Simmons, a coach for the A’s, and Joe Cronin, the Boston manager.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 313.  1948 and 1952 St. Louis Cardinals at New York Giants Programs with Stan Musial in the Lineups. Neither program is scored. The 16-page 1948 program is vg, and the 24-page 1952 program, ex+ with a Lon Keller cover that recognizes the Giants as 1951 National League Champions. A full-page photo of manager Leo Durocher is inside, and an article discusses the work of retired pitching star Carl Hubbell as head of the team’s farm system. Hall of Fame players in the 1952 lineups and rosters are Musial, Red Schoendienst and Enos Slaughter for the Cardinals and Durocher and Hoyt Wilhelm for the Giants. Willie Mays, the 1951 N.L. Rookie of the Year, is missing because of military service. He is mentioned in the Hubbell article. The same Cardinals HoFers are present in the 1948 program, along with Durocher and Johnny Mize for New York.
Winning Bid $10     


Lot 314.  1949 St. Louis Browns at Chicago White Sox Unscored Program. Vg-ex 12-page program with rookie Gordon Goldsberry on the front cover and a photo and brief profile of Dave Philley inside. The center scorecard is loose. In the pre-printed lineups, future Hall of Fame member Luke Appling is at shortstop for the White Sox, and Roy Sievers is in left field and Sherm Lollar behind the plate for the Browns.
Minimum Bid $10     


Lot 315.  Ticket Stubs for 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 1949 Baseball Games. 1. July 7 – In 13 innings, Pittsburgh beat Chicago, 6-5, on a walk-off home run by catcher Phil Masi. In the role of reliever, Rip Sewell was the winning pitcher. Chicago catcher Mickey Owen drove in two runs. Ex 5 rain check with two small, light creases visible only on the back, which has a small area of soiling along the top edge. 2. July 31 – The Pirates and Boston Braves played two, and each team recorded a win. Game 1, Boston 9, Pittsburgh 1. For Boston, Johnny Sain pitched a complete game; the only run he surrendered was on a home run by catcher Clyde McCullough. For Pittsburgh, Cliff Chambers took the loss. Del Crandall and Al Dark each had three hits for Boston, and left fielder Marv Rickert drove in four runs. Game 2, Pittsburgh 6, Boston 5. Dino Restelli, with a home run, and Tom Saffell each drove in two runs and Harry Gumbert won in relief. Three Braves, including Hank Sauer, each had two hits. Thin paper rain check, g 2 to vg 3, tear along the left edge, and two barely noticeable tiny creases. 3. Aug. 2 – A 5-2 loss to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Center fielder Dino Restelli and catcher Dixie Walker each had two singles for Pittsburgh. Duke Snider contributed three hits for the Dodgers, and Jackie Robinson and Gil Hodges each provided two. With a home run and a double, Hodges drove in three runs. Rex Barney got the win, and Bob Chesnes took the loss. The rain check is vg 3 to vg-ex 4 with small, very light creases evident on the back and corners consistent with an ex stub.
Minimum Bid $20     


Lot 316.  1952 St. Louis Browns at New York Yankees Program. The cover of the 24-page program proclaims Yank2ee Stadium “Home of Champions” and lists the Yankees’ championships from 1921 through 1951. Their 1951 World Series title was their third straight. The 1952 Yankees made it four in a row. The program is vg+, clean and sharp with a crease on the front cover. Names have been added to the scorecard, which has the top half of the first inning scored in pencil. Future Hall of Fame names are plentiful in the lineups and rosters – Phil Rizzuto, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Johnny Mize, Bill Dickey (coach) and Casey Stengel for the Yankees and Satchel Paige, an All-Star in 1952, for the Browns. The program recognizes Stengel for his success as the Yankees’ manager and presents an All-Time Yankee Team to mark the Bronx Bombers’ 50th season in the American League. Four of the players are pictured.
Winning Bid $30     


Lot 317.  Milwaukee Braves at Brooklyn Dodgers 1954 Program with Rookie Hank Aaron in Left Field. The 1954 season was the first for the Braves in Milwaukee. The Dodgers were looking to repeat as National League Champions. The Lon Keller cover of the vg 24-page unscored program acknowledges the team’s 1953 success. The program has an article on future Hall of Fame manager Walter Alston and an accompanying photo, as well as a full-page ad with Alston endorsing Luck Strike cigarettes. A half page has photos of National League stars - Willie Mays, Stan Musial, Duke Snider, Eddie Mathews, Ralph Kiner, Robin Roberts, Ted Kluszewski and Frank Thomas. Hall of Fame names in the lineups and rosters are Aaron, Mathews and Warren Spahn for the Braves and Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Ted Lyons (coach) and Billy Herman (coach) for the Dodgers.
Winning Bid $92     


Lot 318.  Milwaukee Braves at New York Giants 1956 Program. The 24-page program is vg+ with a light vertical crease. Giants manager Bill Rigney receives a full-page photo, first baseman Whitey Lockman gets a half-page article with a photo, and Willie Mays “catches” a loaf of bread in promoting Tip-Top’s product. Notable roster and lineup names are Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and Warren Spahn for the Braves and Hoyt Wilhelm, Mays and Bill White (1989-94 N.L. President).
Winning Bid $35     


Lot 319.  3 World Series and 3 All-Star Game Programs and a 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Yearbook. The World Series programs are from 1981 and 1984, and the All-Star programs, from 1981 and 1982. The cover of the Dodgers yearbook shows Maury Wills in 1962 stealing a record 104th base, the most in Major League Baseball since Ty Cobb had stolen 96 in 1915. Wills was the N.L. MVP. The 56-page yearbook is vg-ex as a result of creases on the cover. The 1963 Dodgers became World Champions. One of the World Series programs is for 1981, Dodgers vs. Yankees, and two are for 1984, Tigers vs. Padres. The Dodgers won in 1981, and the Tigers, in 1984. These programs are nm to nm+. One All-Star Game program is for 1981 in Cleveland and two are for 1982 in Montreal. Nm-m. The N.L. won both games, with Gary Carter as the MVP and Vida Blue as the winning pitcher in 1981, and Dave Concepcion and Steve Rogers as the respective winners in 1982. Both editions contain three full-page panels each of A.L. and N.L “All-Star Nominees.” Each page has photos of 30 players in color. These photos have the appearance of mini-cards, or a total of 90 players each year for each league, including the game’s biggest stars.
Minimum Bid $15     


Lot 320.  1965 Mets Program, “Great Stars” Pamphlet, Baseball Booklets and 33 All-Star Ballots. 1965 Pirates at New York Mets 30-page program, with photos of Stengel, Spahn and Berra, in vg+ condition. 1970s “Baseball All Time Great Stars” eight-page booklet with historical greats such as Ruth, Gehrig, Cobb, Wagner and Williams, vg-ex. 1959 Phillies Cigar “Baseball Lingo” booklet, vg. Baseball handbook guides: 1966, Kessler, “Baseball Fan’s Guide,” 32 pages, ex. 1971, Altoona, Pa., radio station, “Baseball Handbook and Schedules,” 48 pages, vg-ex. And guidebooks from 1966 and 1971. Also included are 33 All-Star game ballots, 17 from 1976 and 16 from 1980. The ballots for 1980 are nm. Eight for 1976 are punched and otherwise ex.
Minimum Bid $10     




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